I’ve been interested in ancient civilizations since high school, but what Brien Foerster stated never occurred to me. Hand-made stones were used to construct the incredibly intricate temples and buildings, pyramids, and other structures?
I disagree with Brien Foerster, but who am I to argue with him? His theory is as follows.
This technique was developed by the Romans, and it was just recently uncovered roughly 60 years ago. Our forefathers possessed the technology to pour concrete into molds and make large or little stones.
Elongated skulls and monolithic stones
Some stones had been carved, although not all of them. If the Romans had to etch each rock from scratch, it would have taken a million years to create highways. Geologists have used electronic microscopes to establish that the Romans, Incas, and Egyptians created their own rocks.
You don’t transport a ten-ton or a hundred-ton rock from hundreds of kilometers away; instead, you create them on-site, as we do now. We’re still gaining knowledge! Megalithic stones are handcrafted on-site, which explains why they fit perfectly.
Wood rods in the mix were used to drill holes in the megalithic stones, not diamond drills! This is how we do things now, just like the Incas did. Learn how to make stone tubes by watching one of the hundreds of tutorial videos available on YouTube!
Even thousands of years later, you can’t fit human hair between the rocks. The world is flat used to be “common sense,” but let’s start applying to reason. If the rocks are handcrafted precisely where they will be put, mortar is not required. Tight hand-made rocks may be manufactured in a matter of minutes.
As I previously stated, his above arguments are somewhat improbable; yet, certain stones were transported from distant regions and placed in place. We still don’t know what caused the laser cuts. Please watch the video below and leave a remark.